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First Lutheran Church (Mt. Pisgah)

Early Indianapolis LUTHERAN residents called ABRAHAM RECK, a missionary who came to Marion County with a group of Maryland farmers around 1835-1836, to organize the first congregation for that denomination, Mt. Pisgah, in January 1837….

Exploitation (with Chris Hedges)

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author, Chris Hedges discusses the defining characteristic of capitalism: exploitation. He explains how capitalism elevates sociopathic values, destroys the environment, degrades human life, and how the internal logic of capitalism ultimately destroys itself.

Photos from American Dirt appear at 10:20.

Mall’s End: What will retail look like without stores?

Retail is in a more precarious position than at any time since sociologists began documenting urban change. The sector’s struggles come at a particularly unfortunate moment: with renewed interest in the aging architecture of long-neglected urban centers, more people are moving to districts that seemed on the brink of abandonment a quarter-century ago…

What’s Going To Happen To Circle Centre?

Almost anywone who came of age in the ’70s and ’80s spent some leisure time strolling the spacious halls of an enclosed shopping mall. They popped up like dandelions across suburbia as historic downtowns collapsed…

First Lutheran Church (Mt. Pisgah)

Early Indianapolis LUTHERAN residents called ABRAHAM RECK, a missionary who came to Marion County with a group of Maryland farmers around 1835-1836, to organize the first congregation for that denomination, Mt. Pisgah, in January 1837….

Exploitation (with Chris Hedges)

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author, Chris Hedges discusses the defining characteristic of capitalism: exploitation. He explains how capitalism elevates sociopathic values, destroys the environment, degrades human life, and how the internal logic of capitalism ultimately destroys itself.

Photos from American Dirt appear at 10:20.

Mall’s End: What will retail look like without stores?

Retail is in a more precarious position than at any time since sociologists began documenting urban change. The sector’s struggles come at a particularly unfortunate moment: with renewed interest in the aging architecture of long-neglected urban centers, more people are moving to districts that seemed on the brink of abandonment a quarter-century ago…

What’s Going To Happen To Circle Centre?

Almost anywone who came of age in the ’70s and ’80s spent some leisure time strolling the spacious halls of an enclosed shopping mall. They popped up like dandelions across suburbia as historic downtowns collapsed…